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theomeganerd:

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City - Concept Artworks

— 2 months ago with 322 notes
#resident evil 
multidjc:

jedisonic-x:

This was probably the greatest thing I’ve seen all day!!!

Ladies and gentlemen, my new favorite gif.

multidjc:

jedisonic-x:

This was probably the greatest thing I’ve seen all day!!!

Ladies and gentlemen, my new favorite gif.

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— 2 months ago with 301291 notes
#gif  #star wars 
gamercrunch:

Friend was talking smack all throughout the last turns. Lost by one coin.

gamercrunch:

Friend was talking smack all throughout the last turns. Lost by one coin.

— 2 months ago with 5 notes
fred-wilson:

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#stoptheslowlane

fred-wilson:

if you want this widget on your blog or website, you can get it here

#stoptheslowlane

— 2 months ago with 534 notes
#twc  #comcast 
thisistheverge:

The best ‘Mario Kart’ ever Mario Kart 8 isn’t drastically different than past games in the series. The structure, controls, and items are all largely the same as the Mario Kart games you played on your DS or Nintendo 64. But a few seemingly small additions and tweaks, like the super horn or the new anti-gravity feature that lets you drive on walls and ceilings, have a surprisingly big impact on the experience. Mario Kart 8 is full of life and ideas — and it might just be the best game in the series to date.

thisistheverge:

The best ‘Mario Kart’ ever
Mario Kart 8 isn’t drastically different than past games in the series. The structure, controls, and items are all largely the same as the Mario Kart games you played on your DS or Nintendo 64. But a few seemingly small additions and tweaks, like the super horn or the new anti-gravity feature that lets you drive on walls and ceilings, have a surprisingly big impact on the experience. Mario Kart 8 is full of life and ideas — and it might just be the best game in the series to date.

— 2 months ago with 121 notes
#mario kart 
designersofthings:

Giant 3D Printers Build Homes In One Day
An engineering firm from China have successfully built ten one-story homes in one day using 3D printing technology. Using four giant 3D printers measuring 10 x 6.6 meters in size, the printers used cement instead of plastic to fabricate homes layer-by-layer in a matter of hours. 

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designersofthings:

Giant 3D Printers Build Homes In One Day

An engineering firm from China have successfully built ten one-story homes in one day using 3D printing technology. Using four giant 3D printers measuring 10 x 6.6 meters in size, the printers used cement instead of plastic to fabricate homes layer-by-layer in a matter of hours. 

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(Source: Mashable)

— 2 months ago with 208 notes